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FC: Geometry in Everyday Life Josh Miller Period 4

1: Table of Contents | 1- Parallel Lines 15-Perpendicular bisector 2- Obtuse Angles 3- Tessellation 4- Hypotenuse 5-Right Angle 6-Scalene Triangle 7-Pythagorean Theorem 8-Perimeter 9-Octagon 10-Line Segment 11-Acute angle 12-Polygon 13-Base of cylinder. 14-Vertical Angles

2: Parallel Lines | Two lines that do not intersect and do not share a point. 1

3: Obtuse Angle | An angle that measures more than 90 degrees but less than 180. 2

4: Tesselation | Tesselations are geometric figures that are rotated or translated on a plane. 3

5: Hypotenuse | The longest side on a Right Triangle. You can find the Hypotenuse with the Pythagorean Theorem. 4

6: Right Angle | A right angle is an angle that measures 90 degrees. Perpendicular bisectors create Right angles 5

7: Scalene Triangle | Scalene Triangles have no congruent angles or sides. | 6

8: The hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the two other sides of a right triangle. a +b =c 7 | Pythagorean Theorem | 2 2 2

9: Perimeter | The perimeter is total length around the area of an object. 8

10: Octagon | An octagon is an eight sided polygon. This octagon is convex. 9

11: Line Segment | A line segment are two points on a line. Segment bisectors make line segments 10

12: Acute Angle | Acute angles are less than 90 degrees. if a triangle has a acute angle than it can be a acute triangles 11

13: Polygon | A polygon is made by line segments. There has to be at least three sides. can be convex or concave | 12

14: Base of a Cylinder | The base is the surface or plane that the objects sits on. 13

15: Vertical angles | two adjacent angles formed by intersecting of two straight lines. The opposite angles are congruent. 14

16: Perpendicular Bisector | A perpendicular bisector is a line that bisects another line to form a right angle. 15


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